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Webinar on Navigating Corporate Governance & Risk Management in the Financial Sector: US Banking Sector Guidelines and the Influence on Brazilian Regulation

Prudential regulation in the financial sector is paramount in ensuring the stability and integrity of financial institutions, particularly concerning corporate governance and risk management practices.  The dynamic landscape of rapid technological advancements, a more competitive global economy, and evolving consumer expectations has ushered in new risks and challenges for financial entities.  Consequently, financial service firms find themselves navigating a multifaceted regulatory environment characterized by heightened scrutiny.

In light of these complexities, it is imperative for organizations to fortify their governance structures to effectively manage operations with prudence and responsibility.  This entails a comprehensive approach encompassing capital adequacy, liquidity management, and robust risk management protocols.

The Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with KPMG, convenes a panel of experts to delve into the intricacies of prudential regulation in the United States and its reverberations within Brazilian regulatory frameworks.  The discussion encompassed the adoption of US banking sector guidelines and the assimilation of these standards within Brazilian regulatory practices.  Additionally, panelists explored the implications of recent FDIC mandates, particularly the implementation of new rules for large financial institutions aimed at fostering enhanced corporate governance and risk management protocols.



Stephanie WebsterGeneral Counsel, Institute of International Bankers



Bill CoenSenior Advisor, Global Financial Services, KPMG LLP – View Presentation

Amaro Luiz de Oliveira GomesAudit Committee Member, Banco Bradesco S.A.

Fabio Lacerda CarneiroPartner, Financial Risk Management, KPMG Consultoria Ltda. – View Presentation


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Members: Free
Non-Members: $15


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